Oriana

Hi, I would really like your advices…
So… As you can see my name is Oriana, I’ll be 14 this year and I’m a tomboy, but I don’t look like one at all. Since I can remember I was scared of cutting my hair and when my mom wanted to trim it I always cried and stuff. When I was little I was like every other girl – I liked pink, dresses, skirts and such, but in the 1st grade I started to hate those things. I was to scared to tell my parents, but I actually refused to wear skirts and dresses, so I wore pants all the time. When all of the girls were playing with their dolls and talking about boys I was happily playing Pokemon on my DS, talking with boys about computers and stuff like that. About that time I refused to wear clothes from my older bro, but now I’m actually taking his hoodies. Last year when I stopped being girly at all I heard about tomboys and I finally found my place in the world, but still, I don’t look like one… I’m in 7th grade now, so it was a new school and everyone was like: “I want to have hair long as yours!” and so on, but I was always telling myself in mind, that I want to have it short like my bro.
I want to tell my parents, that I want to cut my hair short, but it’s past my waist and I really can’t get myself to talk to them. I started to wear boys’ clothes to give them a sign, but they don’t seem to notice, so I don’t know what to do… Please, tell me how to talk to them about me being a tomboy.
I’m also really sorry about mistakes in my post if there are any, english is not my native language.

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7 thoughts on “Oriana

  1. Hey dude,um this is my little advice on how to tell your parents (sort of) , i never told my parents but you can show them your athletic skills and have the word tomboy in your room on the wall, don’t be ashamed that your a tomboy,and many parents will not accept at first but that’s who you are… So good luck

  2. Start a conversation with them about bisexuality. You can ask them if they are in favor or not then calmly and slowly tell them that you’re a tomboy. Like “Mom, Dad, I think I’m one of them.”

  3. honestly oriana the best thing you can do is tell them there is a chance that they will accept that you are a tomboy but if not convince them that you are a proud tomboy and you aren’t going to take no for an answer tomboys like to stand out and be different for a reason most people think that boys should be manly and athletic and girls should have manners and always try to look gorgeous but we are tomboys and being differnet isn’t bad it makes you special πŸ˜‰

  4. You should talk to them.
    It isn’t like you’re coming out as gay or trans-in fact you’re parents should be fine with it. The best thing to do is tell them you want a haircut and that you want to choose where to get it done. Just take your mom or dad to a barbers or a unisex hair salon thingy and choose from the boy’s cuts. That’s the easiest way to tell you’re parents that you aren’t a pink and sparkles kinda girl. Good luck!

  5. Talk to your parents about cutting your hair short. Because THIS.IS.SPARTAAAAAAAA!πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ—½πŸŒ†πŸ―πŸš†πŸ°πŸ…πŸ†πŸ΄πŸ™πŸ»πŸ‘ŠπŸΏπŸ˜

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